Advisors’ Human Capital Disaster
Three overlooked trends are already playing out with the potential to make the advisory industry's talent shortage a catastrophe, recruiter Jon Henschen writes.
Bank of America Settlement Ends Mortgage Crisis Lawsuits? Not So Fast
Following a Supreme Court directive, a federal appeals court ruled a lawsuit on behalf of several credit unions over mortgage-backed securities could proceed.
What Elizabeth Warren Fails to Understand About Finance
Law professor Todd Zywicki says the primary victims of well-intentioned but paternalistic bureaucrats are the very people they are meant to protect, especially lower-income Americans.
Under The Hood: Medicare Parts A, B, C and D—What You Need to Know, Pt. 1
A primer on the four different parts of the Medicare system and their origins, growth, options and cost.
Who’s Afraid of the Stock Market? Not JPMorgan’s Kelly
JPMorgan Funds chief global strategist David Kelly debunks market "misperceptions" and calls on all cash hoarders to "get invested in something."
Dow Erases 2014 Gain Amid Global Selloff as Exxon Tumbles
U.S. stocks joined a global selloff, erasing the year’s gains in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as Exxon Mobil to Micron Technology tumbled amid weaker corporate results.
House Panel Passes Cybersecurity Bills
The House Committee on Homeland Security passed three bipartisan cybersecurity-related bills late Monday.
Social Security Bankrupt in 2033; Medicare Outlook Brightens: Trustees’ Report
While the trustees' Social Security funding forecast is similar to last year's, Medicare gets four more years thanks to Obamacare.
Wall Street's Next Political Storm
Think the fading memory of the financial crisis means Big Finance will take less political heat in the 2016 presidential elections? Think again.
2 Ways to Shore Up Social Security
The National Center for Policy Analysis crunches the numbers on two strategies to keep Social Security from going broke.